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2014-15

BETWEEN THE NETWORK LINEAR CYCLING GREENWAY SYSTEM ZHONGLI, TAIWAN

2014

FLOWING SPACE Lao-Jie river

THE FLOW OF MOVEMENT AND TERRAIN ZHONGLI, TAIWAN

2013

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PAGE 12-17

MINUSCULTURE

REFLECTION OF CEMENT COAST WESTERN COAST, TAIWAN PAGE 18

2016-17

PROFESSIONAL WORK ECOSCOPE CO.

2015

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COLORADO RIVER AS THE ORANGE PROJECT COLORADO RIVER, USA

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WORKSHOP

MIxed Reality Robotic Fabrication Interface or Design Exploration

Feng Chia University Dept. of Architecture PAGE 24

WORKSHOP

GRASSHOPPER TECHNICAL PRACTICE Digtal AIEOU, TKU

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Education 2011 - 2015 Chung Yuan Christian University Department of Landscape Architecture

Working experience

2016-17 Ecoscope co. 一口規劃設計顧問 2018

Taipei, Taiwan

Environment Art Design 環藝工程顧問有限公司 Taipei, Taiwan

2018-19 JUYE Design 竹冶設計

Competition

Tauyuan, Taiwan

2012 Courtyard Design Award 2013 Taiwan Landscape Association Competition

2013 Intelligent Green Building Design Competition 2015 d3 Housing Tomorrow

Awards

2013 Taiwan Landscape Association Competition Merit prize

2013 Intelligent Green Building Design Competition Merit prize

Workshop

2011 Big Tree Classroom (CYCU) Resulting problem Jin Tsheng community

2012 Enviorment Experiance and Observation workshop

Ka'aluan tribe, Tai Dong, Taiwan

2014 Workshop (Green and Blue Urban Design) with Chiba government Chiba, Japan 2017 Tamkung University Dept. of Architecture Digital Fabrication & Parametric Lab

Tamkung University, Taipei, Taiwan

2018 Feng Chia University Dept. of Architecture MIxed Reality Robotic Fabrication Interface for Design Exploration

Lin Yi Ju

Exhibition

Fen Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan

jasonlyju@gmail.com

2011 Big Tree Classroom (CYCU) Resulting problem

(+886)955128016

2013 Hsin-Chu Official of Urban Design of the fuel plant monument Hsin Chu, Taiwan

1991.09.07

2013 Intelligent Green Building Design Competition

TAIWAN

2015 Landscape Architecture New Star Exhibition

Jin Tsheng community

Taipei, Taiwan

Press

Taipei, Taiwan

2016 ta - 台灣建築 Taiwan Arichitectural magazine Taipei, Taiwan


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BETWEEN THE NETWORK Linear cycling greenway system

In 1961, the National freeway NO.1 was built to the west of Taiwan. The freeway had been located in the rural place at first. After 30 years, the population kept growing, and city scale are expanding. Meanwhile, the freeway had became the hub of transportation. Nowadays, people require more efficient and convenient life. The crisis of energy causes the government raising awareness for increasing the low-carbon emission transportation such as bikeway network system. In a short distance, the cyclists could consume the local vegetation and a long distance for commuting. To ride the bike is not only for leisure life but also for commuting life. In this project, we tried to attach the bikeway system on the original freeway structure. Before planning, we found the advantage that there were interchanges and rest stations which could connect to the local community in each average 4.5 km in National Freeway No.1. We followed these advantages and started to research the tectonic of freeway structure and grounds, and we utilized dynamic prototype thinking with scientists and engineers research to develop the parallel bikeway system on the freeway system. Finally, we combined the local traditional agriculture and connected the regional network system with new form of cycling structure. It promotes more function and valuable in the useless spaces. In the near future, people can ride the bike between capital city: Taipei to Taoyuan in less than an hour without any traffic jam. We are looking forward to have more diversity and more efficient life.

Partner : YU-CHIA HUI

Advisor : Shu-Yuan Wu (MA AALU) Date : 09/2014-05/2015

Zhong Shan freeway in Chungli


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Transportaion System General issue reaserch

Fig.1 Sun Yat-sen Freeway

Fig.2 Peak Denial About Peak Oil Fig.4 Neili interchange

Freeway connects the relationship from city to city, affecting everyone who live in western area of Taiwan. Nowadays, in Taiwan, people usually drive car to commute and transport goods. As a result, freeway symblizes the hub of economy.

As the increasing frequency of driving, the supply of oil cut back year by year. According to M. King Hubbert's theory, peak oil will happen in 2015. It means the fuel of transportation will be replaced by the new one which is no need to use gasoline.

Fig.5 Neili interchange

The injury rate for the motorcyclist and cyclist was more then 8,000 injuries in 2014 in Taiwan. Cyclings have risks in the same order of magnitude as driving and walking in Taiwan. While the rate of injury and death are higher than some of European countries where the demographic rate of cycling is much higher. The reason is that we don't have the well-design bicycle path.

Fig.3 Highly capacity of carriage on Freeway

The health problem for people who live nearby freeway or interchange system is a prime issue. Dr. Zeng Hua, Wang indicated seventy per cent of the serious asthma patients living nearby interchange, which is because of RSP(respirable suspended particulate) from the cars emission.

Their was no friendly way for cyclist to cross between in each side of town.

Fig.6 Taoyuan interchage system


Freeway System Structure situation analysis

Academic

Site Analysis Neili interchange in Taiyuan, Taiwan

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Site tectonic analysis Neili interchange in Taiyuan, Taiwan

Research processes

We must kill off the street . . . We shall truly enter into modern town-planning only after we have accepted this preliminary determination. by Le Corbusier, 1929

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[p] primary [s] secondary [t] tertiary......... [p]

We were following the vision from Le Corbusier who declared to eliminate traditional street network systems such as avenues or boulevards. We thought that maybe we don't have to identify the function of road in street hierarchy. However, we only need to approch the specific speed and efficiency on each road. In the same time, we also fund out the research which is the function of street hierarchy in the Urban Environment. In those two thesises, we made a conclusion of entire street design which had highly relation with the core of individual, what they need and how they use? So we had to respond to user in different design. formats. Slope analysis in different user bike / on foot / wheelchair

Route system development

[s]

[t]

[f] This was the simple routes structure that it might be the easier and more efficent for arrangement the funtion.

Route design specification research

long-term/short-term/bike system/minimum curve radius/adjacent cuvre

route hierarchy / adjacent curve / turning radius and reverse curve Follow all of specification to develop the new structure for cyclist. To identify each hierarchy and speed limit, set the adjacent curve to find out the adjacent length limitation. Setting the turning radius to create the final route system form.


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Plan Input

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We were following the logic to create the new route system for cyclist. Firstly, the site area was under the highly speed and dangrous traffic. We defined a system which is not only for cyclist but also for people can be safety and efficently to cross and commute under interchange between each place. Secondly, we tossed the hierarchy system which is follow the concept for our new route system that we can defined user and different program in different speed level.

1.Design boundary/connecting/ local main gathering spot

2.Design hierarchy system

Follow the base of hierarchy and find out the adjacent curve, minimum curve radius and reverse curve to create the final route system. 3.Design adjacent curve

4.Design the new route system

Hierarchical prototype develop / Speed planing on final route system type1

type2

type3

gradient:a(45)+b(-45)

gradient:a(45)+b(45)

gradient:a(45)+b(0)

The route for commute and leisure way to pass throught the system. The express lane for going out of town or coming back from the other town. Select_3

Select_1

Select_2

Here is in the mid of system, take an effiecent way to cross throught the Freeway No.1. For people easier and safeir to connect each part of town.

Select_2 This part is biggest deck for people to relax and have more program on it. The program that we planed the daily market for people who live here or farmer can sale or buy the local food.

Select_1

Select_3


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This is what we want to create the full plan system which is more efficient than before. In the future, the cyclist not only just cross between in local place, also can commute and travel around the western of Taiwan. We will create the system as our project in every FreewayNo.1's interchange. After, we connect through all of spot with express lane. So cyclist can cross city to city easier and efficient than before.

Express lane 20-25m

Bikeway system 15-20m

The color point is describing the structure of each station. As we can see that the different station had different mode, so the station will follow the structure and define. We can also get off the express freeway system anytime if we want to. Bikeway system is not like freeway, for example, cars are usually stuck on the freeway but bikes will be none-stop moving. For this advantage, moving from Taoyuan city to Taipei city that it takes only under 30 minute in the future, it is more faster than driving the car. We create the new system not only for living cross in the small community but also for commute from north to south in Taiwan.

Express lane 20-25m Morning market

Site interchange system

Bikeway express interchange system

SITE


Academic 11


BRING

BACK

ISSUE

NATURAL


Academic 13

FLOWING PARK Lao-Jie river To restore the river and scape

Before 2011, this place was covered by the public parking lot and market. That structure covered 725m long on the Lao-Jie river from nature sun light. In the past, our government wanted to create more space for parking and activity to perk up the city of Jhungli. The river had been covered more than 20 years, it was hard to see the creatures which were grown in this section of river. When the time is passing, people change the lifestyle. The government was going to tear down the structure in order to cooperate the MRT progress in 2020 and plan to restore the river. In the feature, the government hopes that we could bring back the beautiful ecology, as usual, providing residents a leisure park. In this project, the people is the most important factor in this place. We need to know the rate of flow in each intersection. First, to analyze the traffic flow in different time and the living structure in four intersections around the site, this way helped us to find out which intersection was mostly used or crossed by people and then we can hierarchy in each intersection. Second, according to the primary thinking, we placed and connected different possible ways that it should happen. Thinking under those logical processes, we set three level types of connecting and percentage. Following the percentage to give the hierarchy and set the different program in each level. As we create the road, we also create the void space, which is for stoping, playground, and ecological pounds.

2011.04.11

2011.05.10

2011.07.10

This river is not as dark as before, it can be more attracting and brightly in the future. Bring back not only just the creatures which belongs to the river but also the human activities in this park. This park will be more diversity life and convenient in the future.

2011.09.11

Academic project, Individual

Advisor : Date : 04/2014-06/2014


Site Analysis The network and commercial analysis in Taoyuan

Network system in Jhongli

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Site Analysis The hydrology and water use analysis

Jhongli City

Longtan Town

Dayuan Town

The MRT A22 station will be locate at site. This image is showing how long it takes from international airport, highspeed rail and train station by the MRT.

Academic

The MRT network planing in future in Taoyouan

Entrance analysis

Temples location

Elder Trees location


Research outer space and inter space

Academic

Development prototyping and input the boundary

The intersection data of daily traffic flow

OUT FLOW

Region identity

The 200m range of living structure from each intersection

IN CONNECT

The important entracnces in the site

Analysis progress 1 -This analysis is the possible way for people to use or go through the riparian space.

Analysis progress 2 -According route analysis, we follow each commuting and leisurely route to connect six corners in direct line in the site -According the intersection of living structure analysis, and set the different color for represent the percentage of resdential structure

Generating space / direction

Site-Customize boundary / input

According progress 1 and 2, we find out the quantity in different way, so we set the three levels for different type of use. We also define the two regions, one is for connecting another is for stopping.

This is showing the possible direction and space form that we could develop in the site space.

Accoriding to the path anylsis, we combine the different levels of the path, and remain the most convenient and most lesuire path, which is the final design path form.

According to generating process 1, we put the loop in the block and adjust the control points of each loop, create the appropriate form and direction for user which is more confortable feeling in each space. The control points help us to transform of each prototype.

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Master Plan Fountion of space

Academic

Section and Hierarchical route syetem

Entrance B Entrance A Existing tample Green space Parking space for bike

Green space Ecological purification pool

Entrance C Bridge Entrance D Hill Gathering point

Green space

Third route system

Secondary route system

Mirror pool Existing tample Parking space for bike MRT A22 Entrance E Entrance F

Main route system

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Academic 17

Main entrance in Lao-Jie River

Ecological purification pool in Lao-Jie River

Mid-point(intersection) in Lao-Jie River

Crossing bridge in middle of Lao-Jie River


Academic 18

MINUSCULTURE

Reflection of the cement coast Taiwan was the most beautiful island around the world, we had rich aquatic ecology in the west, algae ecology in the south and numerous marine lifes in the east. The ecological diversity had created the most beautiful experience around the Taiwan. But we almost lost the beautiful marine scene around Taiwan now. Why will we lose it? Because we have almost 225 harbors in west coastline in Taiwan, and the ocean erodes 2.86m/yr. Our government tried to prevent the erosion, so they nonstop diked the west coast, cause the sand of west coast was decrease the year than the year. We also found out not only the artificial ocean problem, also had lots of destruction in the upper river in Taiwan, such as the mountain exploration, cement production, urban environment pollution, and a huge catch of fish. Our ocean is no more diversified in the future. In this plan, we are thinking how to bring the features and the nature coast back? We are doing three keys of strategy which is a Remove, Set back, and Store. We are tearing down the useless artificial structure and stop investing it. Letting the coast recover by natural nourishment. And we will setback 500m to 1000m depending on the range of high tide will reach at, which is called the buffer area. Final, we create the sea bank rule to protect the estuarine wetlands in the west, thousands of synthetic algae in the south, and bring back the migratory fish in the east. Everyone in the protected area, we can not catch, pollute and close. To protect the ocean is not the easy way. This is the big issue in the world. If we don’t do anything that we won’t have the beautiful ocean in the future.

Competition, Teammate : YU-CHIA HUI

Advisor : YU-FENG WANG (GSD) Date : 09/2013-010/2013


7 LANDSCAPE EXPERIENCES

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LINEAR PARK IN ZHONGSHAN MRT STATION

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ZHONGSHAN DIST., TAIPEI CITY, TAIWAN Ecoscope 一口

Concept

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B

B

C

ALL ACCESS

ALL TERRAIN

ALL CONNECT

ALL CANOPY

C ALL WEATHER

ALL SKY

The works are provided for the purpose of reference only, and the relevant intellectual property is owned by Ecoscope

The works are provided for the purpose of reference only, and the relevant intellectual property is owned by Ecoscope


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Chair Section 1

Chair Section 2

Chair B Plan

Chair B Planter Plan

Chair B Perspective

Chair B Planter Plan

Chair Section 3

Chair B Plan Chair Section 5

Chair Section 6

Chair B Elevation 1 Typical Chair C Plan

Typical Chair A Plan

Typical Chair A Elevation

Typical Chair A Section

Typical Chair C Elevation

Typical Chair C Section

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Chair B Elevation 2

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LINEAR PARK IN ZHONGSHAN MRT STATION FINISHED IMAGES

LINEAR PARK IN ZHONGSHAN MRT STATION FINISHED IMAGES

Lunar Forest Play Area 月光森林

Constellation Play Area 星橋坡動

Year 2019

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Professional

Year 2019

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Thesis

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COLORADO RIVER AS THE ORANGE PROJECT LEADER : Angela Chen-Mai Soong 宋鎮邁 PARTICIPANT : Jason Yi-Ju Lin 林佾儒

These series are showing the history, politics, ecology, and economy. We explored the past of Colorado river which was full of cultural values. The politic explorers, native explorers, and entertainment experts were interesting in an ecology of Colorado river. Because Colorado river was more than 2000km long and had the Grand Canyon, mineral resources and more potential to provide the power of electricity and irrigation. On the other side, Mexican lose water sources from Colorado River in the delta region. So this series images is not only telling us the current situation but also telling us the story before. THE ORANGE PROJECT MANIFESTO

COLORADO RIVER IN HEADWATER

COLORADO RIVER WHERE MONOCULTURE

COLORADO RIVER BESIDE URANIUM MILLING

When I created the series images of Colorado river, I studied the history of each segment from origin of river to delta region. We all knew that every creature needs water to survive, but human-being had destroyed the balance between the river and creatures. Now, as Landscape Architect is attempting to create the balance between nature and living spaces. This is the balance point that we call the part of "The Orange".

COLORADO RIVER IN GRAND CANYON

COLORADO RIVER IN HOOVER DAM

COLORADO DELTA


WORKSHOP

Picking tool componets Air compressor

MIxed Reality Robotic Fabrication Interface for Design Exploration

Workshop 24

Assembling procession

ROBOT Solenoid Valve

Introduction

Electric Power

Supervisors

Join

The main aim of this project is assembling two systems : Hololens and Robot arm : UR10 robot. To create a data of boxes and UR10 into Hololens. Such Shih-Yuan Wang input data can show up a digital program in real environment. Each Yu-Ting Sheng individual can easily manipulate UR10 to move boxes in the proper position by using hand-gasture, creating variously possible structure. Hololens : In the near future, designer can freely utilize robot arms to tackle heavy Sheng-Kai Tang materials and assemble precisely those metarials in various way.

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Type 3_Pentagon

Type 2_Square

Type 3_Hexagon

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Generative script (Form)

Operation processes

Program code and movement string waitTime = "2";

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Plane / rotate D : 412.533

List<Plane> robotPath = new List<Plane>(); List<string> io = new List<string>(); List<string> sleep = new List<string>();

Plane / rotate D : 380.8

Point3d point_now = new Point3d(0, 0, 0); for(int i = 0; i < pickPos.Count; i++){ point_now = new Point3d(pickPos[i].Origin.X, pickPos[i].Origin.Y, pickPos[i].Origin.Z + height); robotPath.Add(new Plane(point_now, pickPos[i].XAxis, pickPos[i].YAxis)); io.Add("set_digital_out(0,False)"); sleep.Add("sleep(0)"); point_now = new Point3d(pickPos[i].Origin.X, pickPos[i].Origin.Y, pickPos[i].Origin.Z); robotPath.Add(new Plane(point_now, pickPos[i].XAxis, pickPos[i].YAxis)); io.Add("set_digital_out(0,True)"); sleep.Add("sleep(" + waitTime + ")") point_now = new Point3d(pickPos[i].Origin.X, pickPos[i].Origin.Y, pickPos[i].Origin.Z + height); robotPath.Add(new Plane(point_now, pickPos[i].XAxis, pickPos[i].YAxis)); io.Add("set_digital_out(0,True)"); sleep.Add("sleep(0)"); point_now = new Point3d(placePos[i].Origin.X, placePos[i].Origin.Y, placePos[i].Origin.Z + height); robotPath.Add(new Plane(point_now, placePos[i].XAxis, placePos[i].YAxis)); io.Add("set_digital_out(0,True)"); sleep.Add("sleep(0)"); point_now = new Point3d(placePos[i].Origin.X, placePos[i].Origin.Y, placePos[i].Origin.Z); robotPath.Add(new Plane(point_now, placePos[i].XAxis, placePos[i].YAxis)); io.Add("set_digital_out(0,False)"); sleep.Add("sleep(" + waitTime + ")"); point_now = new Point3d(placePos[i].Origin.X, placePos[i].Origin.Y, placePos[i].Origin.Z + height); robotPath.Add(new Plane(point_now, placePos[i].XAxis, placePos[i].YAxis)); io.Add("set_digital_out(0,False)"); sleep.Add("sleep(0)");

Plane / rotate D : 349.066 Plane / rotate D : 317.333 Plane / rotate D : 285.6 Plane / rotate D : 253.866

digital design

project digital model

Flow diagram_simplification

input UR10 data for interacting

control machine to assemble model

Plane / rotate D : 222.133

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Plane / rotate D : 190.4 Plane / rotate D : 158.666

Interactive work

Plane / rotate D : 126.933

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Plane / rotate D : 95.2

P = robotPath; O = io; S = sleep;

Plane / rotate D : 63.466

Input data

Hololens

Creating track data

Input data UR10 Robot

Plane / rotate D : 31.733

Robot activating Digital expactation model

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Plane / rotate D : 0

IO True IO True

IO True

IO False

Base brick position

Loop Move objects

IO True

IO False IO False

Model constructe

+ height

+ height

IO False


Workshop 25

WORKSHOP

GRASSHOPPER TECHNICAL PRACTICE in Digtal AIEOU

KANGAROO

ANEMOME

DATA

C:35 S:5

C:35 S:5

TOP

LEFT

C:35 S:5

BOTTOM

FRONT

C:35 S:5


GRASSHOPPER PYTHON SELF - PRACTICE Diffusion Limited Aggregation

10

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StartPoint

Basket Tower Study

Random : 100 Radius*2 : 2 Vector : StartPts : TargetPts Iteration : 20

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Perspective

Front View

Top View

Pipes : S0.5, M0.04, E0.5 newCurve

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i*angle : i x 26 i*height : i x 20 i*scale1 : i x 0.05 i*scale2 : i x 0.08 +- translation : 5

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Perspective

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Random : 100 Radius*2 : 2 Vector : StartPts : TargetPts Iteration : 70

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Front View

Top View

BasicCurve

CrvToBasket

center = rs.CurveAreaCentroid(BasicCurve) for i in range(level): newCurve = rs.RotateObject(BasicCurve,center[0],i*a ngle) newCurve = rs.ScaleObject(newCurve,center[0],[0.8(i*scale),0.8-(i*scale2),0]) pts = rs.DivideCurve(newCurve, 10) pt1 = rs.MoveObject(pts[1],[0,0,3+(1*i*0.01*translation)]) pt2 = rs.MoveObject(pts[9],[0,0,3-(i*0.01*translation)]) newCurve = rs.AddInterpCurve(pts) stPt = rs.CurveStartPoint(newCurve) pts = rs.CurvePoints(newCurve) pts.append(stPt) newCurve = rs.AddCurve(pts) newCurve = rs.CopyObject(newCurve,[0,0,i*0.5*heig ht])


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